The Melbourne Watch Company

Beautiful watches for stylish men is what the Melbourne Watch Company is all about. I got to know a bit about their back story when I last spoke to the guy behind it all.

Sujain Krishnan wanted to bring his extensive experience in mechanical watch making to the masses when he founded his company in the not-too-distant past. Then by coupling it with the patriotism and history of the city and the people in it, found it really worked and offered something new and different to others on the market.

Catering to styles that are distinguishably different in elements from the pieces of clothing to the people wearing them, the Melbourne Watch Company now has two watch styles with a new one on its way in its arsenal; each as charmingly understated to look at as the next, but each telling a different story.

When I last spoke to Krishnan, the only watch they had available was the Flinders, named because of its honouring to the iconic Melbourne building as old as the city itself (I’m wearing it now as I tap away on the keyboard), with the Hawthorn style in development.

Now, the Hawthorn is up and running and we have the latest (hopeful) addition to the range, the Portsea; named so elegantly for reasons you can no doubt imagine: the height of society’s social events, the polo is a gathering of equine sensibilities, celebrating the history of old English culture and bringing it to new life down Melbourne’s peninsula.

This is the watch for that occasion.

Constructed with Krishnan’s watchful eye, the watches are made from quality leather and other man-mades to bring to the growing customer-base of the Melbourne Watch Company nothing but beauty.

See more at melbournewatch.com.au

 

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James Banham is an Australian lifestyle, fashion and entertainment journalist. His writing can be found on these many topics and more in print and online publications around the country.
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